After all, you have bills to pay and even bigger dreams you want to live, right?
And let’s be honest, you’re tired of choosing one over the other. You want to be able to meet your needs and live your dreams.
The only problem, however, is the disconnect between your available financial resources versus the money you need to live those dreams.
In fact, this disconnect may feel so ginormous (good word, right?), it appears as an almost insurmountable gap. Thus, you haven’t the first clue how to get from where you are now to where you want to be.
Yet even though you’re nodding your head in agreement as you read this article—perhaps vigorously so—you still truly want to believe your money dreams can come true.
And sometimes you do believe. You trust. You have faith that the ability to create and thus manifest money miracles exists within you.
At least, that is, until the money doesn’t show up or stops showing up . . . and doubt creeps in.
However, your problem isn’t an inability to manifest money or a lack of faith, but a lack of commitment.
What’s happened is rather than making a decision to pursue your dreams right now and, thus, taking immediate action on them, you wait. You wait for the money to show up before you commit or take a risk. Or, you wait for “signs” that tell you how to move forward.
You forget it’s your commitment, which triggers the signs to guide you along your path—as it provides the money you need. Thus, it’s your waiting and hesitancy to move forward, which is killing your money dream.
So today, ask yourself if you are committed to living your dreams—even if they seem a bit unclear, vague or scary at times.
Then decide to take action, however small, towards making them come true—and take that first action step today.
Remove any thought of backup plans or “in case this doesn’t work out” thinking. Don’t let that be an option for you. It’s better to aim for success rather than try not to fail.
In doing so, your commitment will strengthen your faith, as well as tangibly increase the money miracles that result from living it.
Above all, remember what Goethe once said, “Concerning all acts of initiative and creation there is one elementary truth—that the moment one definitely commits oneself then divine providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred and which no man could have dreamed would have come their way.”